Learning

To learn is to grow, expand and build. It may planned or incidental. You may be a student, a teacher or a professional. What really matters is that learning gives you a fresh outlook, new ideas and creates opportunity.

Considering going back to school?

Are you currently enrolled in a PR studies program?

You will want to consider writing Public Relations Knowledge (PRK)® exam if you are:
  • a student ready to graduate or recently graduated and want to differentiate yourself in the job market;
  • considering a career shift into public relations and need to demonstrate your PR knowledge; or
  • interested in raising your profile by posting your name and CV on the CPRS website after successfully passing the exam.

        Looking for local seminars and conferences?

        Want to know more about professional credentials?

        • Accreditation can make a difference in your professional PR career. Learn more about becoming Accredited in Public Relations (APR).

        Looking to meet new PR professionals and find out what’s happening in the industry?

        • Don't miss the ASCEND conference in Banff in May 2014. Network with new colleagues, gain insight into trends in the Public Relations profession and have some fun!

        What's Happening Now?

        Accreditation

        • Accreditation Reminder! The deadline for submitting your application is December 1st, 2014.

        Canadian Public Relations Conference

        2013-14 Webinar Series

        • Check out the Online and On Demand webinars, based on award-winning case studies!